Michael Seidelman

Biography

When Michael Seidelman was growing up, his passions were reading, watching movies, enjoying nature and creative writing. Not much has changed since then.

Working in Online Marketing for over ten years, Michael felt it was time to pursue his passion and wrote the first book in "The Garden of Syn" trilogy.

Michael is excited about the upcoming release of "Everyone Dies in the Garden of Syn" and is currently writing the final book in "The Garden of Syn" series. Beyond the trilogy, he has many ideas plotted out that he looks forward to sharing with the world!

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Where to buy in print


Series

The Garden of Syn
This epic trilogy follows Synthia (Syn) Wade, a teenage girl who struggles with cystic fibrosis, as she travels to a secret world known as The Garden. In The Garden, illness and death don’t exist however this apparent utopia holds many dangers and dark secrets and Syn soon discovers that some fates may actually be worse than death.

Books

Everyone Dies in the Garden of Syn
Pre-release—available October 23, 2018. Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 73,580. Language: English. Categories: Fiction » Young adult or teen » Fantasy
Syn must return to the secret world called the Garden to save a loved one held captive by a madman. This time, the healing powers of the Garden no longer exist and Syn is fighting alone, without respite from her life-threatening illness. The last time Syn visited The Garden, death was held at bay. Now Everyone Dies in the Garden of Syn.
No One Dies in the Garden of Syn
Series: The Garden of Syn. Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 57,900. Language: American English. Published: July 26, 2016. Categories: Fiction » Young adult or teen » Fantasy, Fiction » Young adult or teen » Sci-Fi & fantasy
Synthia (Syn) Wade is a teenager who struggles with cystic fibrosis, an incurable life-threatening disease. One day she is pushed into a pond by an unseen figure and wakes up in a new world – a mysterious garden where illness and death don’t exist. However she soon realizes that this apparent utopia holds many dangers and dark secrets and that there may actually be fates worse than death.

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